Meteor Combination
Meteor Combination
Dragon Ball symbol
Goku uses Meteor Combination.
Universe Dragon Ball
User(s) SSF2 Goku head
Type Basic
Effect Goku rushes forward in Super Saiyan form and delivers a series of kicks and punches, culminating with a Genki Dama.

Meteor Combination (メテオコンビネーション) is Goku's Final Smash in Super Smash Flash 2.


When performed, Goku gets down on his hands before rushing forward in his Super Saiyan form with his elbow out. Opponents elbowed as he rushes forward are dealt 5% damage and trapped with Goku. Once he stops rushing, Goku then performs a series of kicks with a heavy paralyzing punch at the end to trapped opponents while transforming into Super Saiyan God, Mastered Ultra Instinct, and Super Saiyan Blue, dealing a total of 28% damage. He then uses instant transmission to teleport above, reverting back to his base form, he charges and throws a Genki Dama, a giant and powerful sphere of energy towards the paralyzed opponents, which deals up to 28% damage to opponents. Goku then transforms back into Super Saiyan Blue form and uses his force to further push the Genki Dama until it explodes on the opponents and knocks them away. Afterward, he reverts back to his base form again, ending the move.


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Meteor Combination Origin

Goku attacking Piccolo with Meteor Combination in the anime Dragon Ball.

Meteor Combination is a rush attack used several times by Goku in the Dragon Ball franchise. As seen when first used on Piccolo, Goku charges at his opponent and elbows them away, following it up with a barrage of kicks and punches, which ends with a heavy punch to Piccolo's stomach to paralyze him. Afterwards, Goku fires a Super Kamehameha down at him, inflicting a massive amount of damage. In SSF2, the move resembles how it appears in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, though it also includes several milestone techniques of Goku, including his Super Saiyan forms, the Super God Shock Flash, and the Genki Dama.


Goku performing the Genki Dama in the anime Dragon Ball Z.

The Genki Dama, which is used at the end of the move in SSF2 in place of the Super Kamehameha, is regarded as one of the strongest attacks in the series and is Goku's ultimate move. It was created by the North Kaio and is one of two techniques he taught to Goku when he trained in the other world, the other being Kaiō-ken. The Genki Dama is formed by gathering huge amounts of energy from all chosen surrounding life forms and then conducting that energy into a massive sphere of astounding destructive power. When used, it is quite swift, and if the user is not careful, the Genki Dama could obliterate multiple things, from planets to galaxies. To use the Genki Dama, one must have a pure heart.

The move in SSF2 also seems to draw references to the fight between Goku and Jiren in the Tournament of Power in Dragon Ball Super, in which Goku powers up through his Super Saiyan forms amidst a flurry of blows in order to break Jiren's defenses.




  • Prior to Beta 1.2, Goku's Final Smash was instead a Transformation Final Smash called Super Saiyan Goku.
    • Several elements of Meteor Combination seem to be carried over from this Final Smash, including Goku's Super Saiyan Transformation and the Genki Dama he throws at the end of the move.
  • Currently, there is a bug when Goku uses the Final Smash while using Kaiō-ken in which Goku still takes recoil damage even after the technique expires.
    • In addition, when Kaiō-ken Goku uses the Final Smash on an aerial opponent, the opponent will receive no knockback from the Genki Dama.
Goku's special moves
Standard special move Kamehameha
Side special move Ki BlastsKaiō-ken Attack
Up special move Instant Transmission
Down special move Kaiō-ken
Final Smash Meteor Combination
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